Tag Archives: college graduation portraits

Ciara | University of Colorado Colorado Springs [UCCS] Graduation Photography | Class of 2021

One of my favorite experiences of being in business for almost 15 years is capturing the evolution of milestones within our loyal client families. This college graduation session for Ciara built upon capturing her high school senior portraits in 2017. We are blessed and honored to be the storytellers for her family and add this […]

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Celebrating the 2020 Seniors! | Our Cap & Gown Session Event

We’ve completed the first set of our Cap & Gown Free Mini Session days, and we had an absolute blast with these graduates! We loved meeting new families and were even blessed to photograph a set of college seniors who are engaged to be married in July! The pandemic inspired us to offer these sessions, […]

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Loving on the Class of 2020!

We’re excited to give back and love on the Class of 2020! Whether your student is graduating in the Class of 2020 from high school or college, we invite you to take advantage of our free Cap & Gown mini sessions! Details are below – call/text 719-291-9798 to reserve one of the limited remaining spots. Jonathan Betz […]

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Eric | College Graduation Portraits | Class of 2020

We loved catching up with Eric for his college graduation portraits – after photographing his high school senior portraits in the Fall of 2015, it was such a treat to celebrate this next milestone in his life! Eric is graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering. During […]

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Justin | Indoor Studio Portraits Mini-Session | College Graduation Photography

Justin is graduating from the University of Colorado Boulder this Spring, and while his literal graduation will look different than expected, his accomplishment in earning his bachelor degree is significant. We were so glad to be able to create these portraits in celebration of his accomplishments and all his hard work to earn his degree. […]

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